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Masters in Education- Cambridge University 
PGCE, Cambridge University 

First Class BA (Hons)- Fine Art, Loughborough University 2014


The Glendonbrook Enterprize and Innovation Award Winner

1st Place Fine Art

Fresh Meat- An award for the freshest of Contemporary meat

Current and Upcoming Exhibitions 2024:

Northcote House, Audley Sunningdale Park, Silwood Road Ascot, SL5 0QD

Saturday 10th Feb- Sunday 11th February 2024 12-5pm

Brownlow Hall, Warfield, Berkshire Sat 16th and Sunday 17th March 2024, 12-5pm. 

Windsor Parish Church,  Saturday 20th April 2024 11-5pm

Brownlow Hall Sat 1st and Sunday 2nd June 2024. 12-5pm 

Brownlow Hall, Warfield, Sat 31st Aug and Sunday 1st Sept. 12-5pm 

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Lino Print
Ochre print studio


Ochre printmaking studio- Guildford.

Windsor Artist Collective - Art Group 

Home studio. 

Previous Workshops: 

PGCE Art Teachers, Reading University - Printmaking workshop January 2024.

Lino printmaking workshop, 3 hours, community arts week, Run via Jonathan Greenyer and Warfield Parish Council, October 2023

Previous Exhibitions:

Windsor Artists Collective- (WAC) Exhibitions- Ongoing: Windsor Church, Brownlow Hall, Warfield, Sat 22nd and Sunday 23rd July 2023 

Adams Gallery, Reigate. Ochre Print Studio Summer Exhibition 2023

The Base Festival of Art,  Greenham, Saturday, April 2023

Jam Factory Open Call Aug-Sept 2022, Oxford 

Sydney Sussex Arts Festival, Cambridge University, June 2015

PULP- LONDON, FreeRange Exhibition, London July 2014

PULP- Loughborough Fine Art Degree Show June 2014

Pop-up Exhibition, Loughborough University - November 2013

This work explores spatial boundaries and a journey through the landscape, focusing on the methods artists have used to capture it throughout history. Artists’ tools allow freedom to manipulate an image, interpreting their experience with the landscape into their work. The invention of the camera now bears witness to the 'true image' and replicates a moment in time and space. In this exhibition the artist’s distortion comes together with photography playing with accuracy, expression and aura.

In homage to the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers of 1880, this work archives, reproduces and investigates, creating past-futures with a new existence and questionable reality.

The exhibition becomes an allegory in itself; fragments of the history of image-making come together, no longer sequential but simultaneously, with a dialogue that investigates the purity and beauty of an image.

Degree show- Loughborough University

Sidney Sussex Arts Festival- Cambridge

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